Società Agricola Tenuta Cavallini SAS
Loc. Cavallini. Manciano - Grosseto
Tel. +39 0564 - 609008 E-mail: email@example.com
VAT no: 10544551004
GPS coordinates: 42°35’17.6” N 11°26’15.8” E
In the surrounding area
Restaurant 2 km. Town centre with shops 8 km. Equestrian centre, tennis courts 10 km. Golf course 25 km.
Places of interest: Saturnia hot springs (25km); Monte Argentario promontory with ferry connections to the islands (25 km); sandy beaches (20 km); the Uccellina and Lake Burano nature reserves (30 km); Siena (130 km); Lake Bolsena (60 km), Tarquinia (80 km); the Leonardo da Vinci international airport (150 km).
How to reach us
155 km – 1 hour 45 minutes
Follow the A12/E80 towards Civitavecchia to the very end. Continue on the trunk road S.S.1 Aurelia towards Grosseto and take the Chiarone S./Pescia Fiorentina exit. Follow the signs for Pescia Fiorentina, then take the provincial road (strada provinciale) Pescia Fiorentina and continue for approximately 17 km as far as the locality La Sgrilla. At the roundabout take the regional road SR 74 towards Grosseto. 350 m further on, turn right into the road marked “I Cavallini” and follow the signs.
485 km – 4 hours 45 minutes
Follow the A1 and take the exit E31/A15 towards La Spezia/Parma Ovest. Stay on the A15 and take the exit for the A12/E80 towards Livorno. Continue on the E80/SS1 trunk road towards Rome for approximately 124 km, then turn left towards San Donato and take the provincial road (strada provinciale) San Donato. Turn right on to the SS323. Take the 3rd exit (SS74) at the roundabout. Approximately 20 km further on, turn left into the road marked “I Cavallini” and follow the signs.
193 km – 2 hours 20 minutes
Follow the Firenze-Siena motorway towards Siena, take the E78 until you reach Grosseto, and then the SS1 towards Rome. Turn left towards San Donato and take the provincial road (strada provinciale) San Donato. Turn right on to the SS323, and take the 3rd exit (SS74) at the roundabout. Approximately 20 km further on, turn left into the road marked “I Cavallini”, and follow the signs.